I found this today on Homeschooling in Southern California! It’s this Sunday! As in the day after tomorrow! Small festivals like this are great for introducing the kids (and ourselves) to new cultures, foods, and music. Before the festival look at a map of Scotland, find out what kind of government they have, what foods they traditionally eat, pictures of Scotland today, hear their language. If you can do it before the festival, you’ll have “hooks” to hang the experience on. It makes what you see and experience more meaningful and you remember more about it. Or just wing it and live in the moment. You might love it so much you’ll come home and have to know more about the Scots. Remember to take a few pictures of the kids eating some haggis or listening to bagpipes for the “education record”. It doesn’t have to be Monday through Friday to be a school day for us!
The event will feature Scottish music, and food will be available from vendors. Visitors may also bring their own lunches.
There will also be apples and apple cider for sale at Snowline Orchard, and apple doughnuts.
Those attending are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on.
For information, call Bob Leeton at 909-425-8427 or Dave Leffler, 909-881-3982.
Source: Scottish Society of the Inland Empire